The BUGBite holster was designed for maximum comfort and concealment. Each holster is designed specifically to conform to the shape of the human leg ensuring that your firearm is supported properly and in a way that allows you to forget you are even carrying a pistol. The BUGBite keeps your firearm properly oriented upwards at all times, and because the design lacks velcro or snaps, removing your pistol when you need it is 100% silent, unlike almost every other type of holster. The holster is designed to comfortably carry pistols from small all the way up to mid-size frame so you only need one holster that can work with a variety of your firearms.
Our size chart is a guide to help you select the best size. BUGBite holsters are made of a light breathable Neoprene that has a snug stretchy comfortable fit. The size chart is a good guide but much like any garment regardless of what size you are, fit is a matter of personal preference and can vary depending on how a leg is shaped, how muscular the calf is or not.
If you are right between sizes. If your measurement falls between two sizes, we suggest going up in size. Fit is in part a matter of personal preference, if when you receive your order you feel a different size would be a better and more comfortable fit, please let us know and we will be happy to help with an exchange.
Right Handed: A right handed BUGBite holster is used on the left leg, the holster is made with a pocket for your gun that sits on the inside of your left leg for a cross draw.
Left Handed: A left handed BUGBite holster is used on the right leg, the holster is made with a pocket for your gun that sits on the inside of your right leg for a cross draw.
Holster Size: size A. 11.5-13.5 size B. 13.5-15.5 size C. 15.5-17.5 size D. 17.5-19.5 size E. 19.5-21.5
Holster length: A.10" B.10" C.10.25" D.10.5" E. 10.75"
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Best ankle holster I've ever had
It falls down with long socks. Best worn with ankle of calf socks
Very well made
I make leather holsters once in awhile, but have not come up with anything that works for cowboy boots, a .38 revolver, and suit pants. So I tried this. This does not work for cowboy boots, a .38 revolver, and suit pants. But it looks like it does work for boots, a micro .380, and suit pants. So we’ll go with that, and I ordered a couple more as gifts. The problem with the revolver is the diameter. Either it sticks out and prints (the one I made) or it tucks in and hurts (this one).
This is the best ankle holster made!!!
This is the most comfortable ankle holster I’ve ever had. You forget it’s even on your leg. It holds everything in place all day long. It doesn’t irritate your skin or rub on your leg. It fits just right and stays in place.
Very nice fit. Does not slip down with Springfield Armory xds 45 in it spare mag holder is just right for this single stack mag.
Good choice, comfortable, works best with low socks, slips a little with crew socks, all in all the best I've tried.
Bug bite ankle holster
Really good quality, secures my weapon nicely and is very comfortable, i have a bigger belly so appendix carry is impractical amd very uncomfortable to me. I thought this may do well inside my boots and I was correct. It is designed to be worn slightly above the ankle, more on the bottom of the calf but I can slide it down to my ankle inside my boot and it conceals nicely there and is secure. I'm not able to wear it with boot cut jeans as it is blatantly visible them but with a regular cut pant very concealed. Would recommend for someone looking for a good ankle holer for a compact or a revolver.
It is EXTREMELY comfortable as I literally forgot I was wearing it until I began to undress in the evening. However, unless you're wearing bell bottoms you are NOT, REPEAT, NOT going to retrieve your firearm quickly or covertly. Also the hand grip of my Glock 26 leaves a fairly conspicuous bulge in my pants leg. In fairness, I wear 8 inch high lace up boots and the holster is positioned above the boot. Wearing the holster 4 or 5 inches lower on the leg would probably help significantly with those issues.